Archive: November 25, 2007 - December 1, 2007

The Two-Minute Man, Episode 3: Collective Soul (?!) Edition

It wasn't the greatest week of entries for the Two-Minute Man. Why's that? Because out of the 10 songs I heard on 94.7/The Globe, two were by Collective Soul and another was by Live. Ouch. So you can have a pretty good idea of what the bottom of the list...

By David Malitz | November 30, 2007; 2:15 PM ET | Comments (0)


I'm not going to lie to you. I love lists. I love ranking things. Give me a topic - most bitter Dylan songs, best Gilbert Arenas buzzer beaters, even something as stupid, say, as 10 random songs heard on a generic radio station - and I'll give you some rankings....

By David Malitz | November 29, 2007; 11:30 AM ET | Comments (0)

More From The Chat: Keith Urban

(Susan Biddle/TWP) Here's a post that I didn't get around to addressing in yesterday's Freedom Rock chat (which, um, err, I never got around to hosting): Monkeyville, Tennessee: You have said, surprisingly, some really good things about Keith Urban. He's playing at our local arena Thursday night, there are...

By J. Freedom du Lac | November 28, 2007; 9:31 AM ET | Comments (1)

Not Getting the Band Back Together

We all know the rea$on$ band$ choo$e to reunite. For the camaraderie and joy of playing music with old friends, of course! Band reunions are all the rage these days: Arena-filling acts like Van Halen and the Police have joined the bandwagon, along with club acts like Superdrag and Dinosaur...

By David Malitz | November 27, 2007; 12:05 PM ET | Comments (9)

On Bono: Can A Saint Still Be A Rock Star?

(Nikki Kahn/TWP) Big Style section profile today on the African debt-relief activist Bono Vox. The central question asked by my colleague Sridhar Pappu is what makes Bono such an effective and powerful activist and lobbyist, particularly in a city as fractured as Washington. (Not sure this has anything to...

By J. Freedom du Lac | November 26, 2007; 10:00 AM ET | Comments (29)


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